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Opportunities for technological innovation in the Canadian mineral industry

Margot J. Wojciechowski

Opportunities for technological innovation in the Canadian mineral industry

by Margot J. Wojciechowski

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Published by s.n.] in [s.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mineral industries -- Technological innovations -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMargot Wojciechowski and Peter Richardson.
    ContributionsRichardson, Peter R., 1947-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22134794M

    by Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology. 1 edition - first published in Not in Library CANMET, special services and facilities, minerals technology =: CANMET, services spéciaux et installations, technologie des minéraux. Computer Applications in the Mineral Industry: First Canadian Conference (Proceedings of the First Canadian Conference on Computer Applications in the Mineral Industry) [Gordon H. Jardine, Mark Gershon, Phil Edmiston, Ginette Reid, W.R. McBride, Pierre Savard, John Melnick, Kostas Fytas, Jean-Luc Collins, Raj K. Singhal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

    Canadian Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy: The Innovation Economy and Society Nexus. McGill-Queen's University Press. ISBN Edward Jones-Imhotep; Tina Adcock (). Made Modern: Science and Technology in Canadian History. UBC Press. ISBN An industry that provides growth and prosperity. 23 Call to Action. In Ontario, we like to say that mining accelerate innovation and entrepreneurship, improve regulatory eficiency, predictability and transparency, One of Ontario’s most exciting mineral development opportunities in almost a century is .

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Opportunities for technological innovation in the Canadian mineral industry by Margot J. Wojciechowski Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Business resources, company directories. Canadian Innovation. TOPICS Innovation is happening across Canada at an alarming rate and cities are beginning to implement technologies to drive the economy forward and create new opportunities for jobs, development, and success.

An academic-industry partnership gives student real-world experience Aug When mining giant Vale called upon Robert Pelton at McMaster University to develop an economically feasible way to extract nickel from lower-grade ore in the Thompson, Man., nickel belt, it attracted the attention of Chinese chemical engineer, Songtao Yang.

Toronto, J – Innovation is critical to success and growth at a time when the mining industry is at a crossroads, according to Innovation in Mining: Canadaa study conducted by the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) and Monitor Deloitte.

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Read more. happen and bring forward complete solutions to industry’s needs. Innovation is pivotal to the performance of any industry, and in a minerals sector with weak markets it is imperative in realizing sustainable and long-term economic, environmental and social goals. (Intergovernmental Working Group on.

Robitaille made a comment along similar lines: “Innovation is needed for the mining industry to be sustainable in the long run.” This is particularly important regarding recent trends such as declines in productivity, lower mineral commodity prices and the need.

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Innovation is a key ingredient to the success of the mineral and metals industry. Mining involves complicated processes, the use of large, expensive machinery and equipment, and exploring extensive areas of land.

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